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WIN announces the 2019 Cornerstone Award winners

Friday, May 17, 2019 - 07:00
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Women’s Industry Network (WIN) presents the Cornerstone Award each year to deserving WIN board members. The winner’s actions and contributions demonstrate the outstanding commitment to WIN’s mission and vision. They also set a high example for others to follow. This year, WIN Chair, Michelle Sullivan, awarded two board members with the Cornerstone Award, Petra Schroeder and Cheryl Boswell.
 
Petra Schroeder, who is a past WIN Chair, has been instrumental in the leadership of WIN. She has showed dedication and passion for WIN has been nothing short of remarkable. She served on the WIN executive committee in various roles and, served in a leadership capacity on many committees, such as Industry Outreach and Sponsorship.
 
Cheryl Boswell, who is the incoming WIN Chair, was crucial in setting up procedures for WIN’s financial transactions and creating an investment strategy for the organization. Being active on numerous committees, she co-chairs the Finance committee and is involved on the Most Influential Woman (MIW) award committee.
 
“This award defines what it means to be an outstanding member and leader of WIN,” says Michelle Sullivan, WIN Chair. “Cheryl and Petra’s actions and contributions have created a great example for future board members and leaders in our organization and we are very proud that they are a part of WIN.”
 
WIN is a 501(c)(6) not-for-profit organization. WIN recognizes excellence, promotes leadership, and fosters a network specifically for and among women. WIN drives industry sustainability by developing women through education and connections. For more information go to www.womensindustrynetwork.com, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
 

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